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Manchester data centre operator Teledata, has strengthened its team with the appointment of Luke Carter as Infrastructure Engineer. 

Luke joins the Teledata team from Cheadle-based tech business San-iT where he worked as a Managed Service Engineer.

Teledata, which is based close to Airport City in Wythenshawe, was recently acquired by Farnborough-based data centre provider, Datum Datacentres. This was the first regional bolt-on acquisition made as part of the firm’s regional expansion strategy. Datum was acquired by Funds managed by the UBS Asset Management (UBS-AM) Real Estate & Private Markets business (REPM) in September 2021 with the intention to expand into key regional markets.

Commenting on his role with Teledata, Luke said: “Managing servers and high level networking is the area of IT which interests me the most, so i’m excited to be moving to a data centre-based role and gaining high level networking experience to really grow my skill set.”

Matt Edgley, Director for Teledata added: “We’re delighted to welcome Luke to the team. Our recent growth and subsequent acquisition make this an exciting time to be joining the business and we’re looking forward to working with Luke and seeing his career develop as part of the Datum Group.”

Founded in 2005, Teledata provides colocation, cloud hosting and data centre services to businesses across the UK from an ISO27001-compliant facility in Manchester. The firm’s solutions are designed to enable organisations to protect their applications, data and online presence from the damaging effects of downtime, and to make the most effective and efficient use of technology with secure and scalable hosting platforms tailored to business critical needs. The building has some of the most sophisticated security of any data centre in Europe, with an on-site police-linked, NSI Gold Approved, BS5979 certified control room and alarm receiving centre making Teledata unique in the UK.

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